Business Owners @ EA has one simple goal: to market East Aurora. It's been three months since the group has started meeting, and the ideas on how to accomplish that goal are piling up.
Several residents questioned village officials Monday night during a public hearing concerning the proposed new water rates for the Village of East Aurora.
With its deadline just about a month away, the group trying to purchase and protect a parcel of land along Mill Road announced late last week that it had received a $75,000 donation from the John R. Oishei Foundation. That donation brought the Friends of Mill Road to its goal of $650,000 raised and allowed it to close out fundraising efforts.
Aurora Players will be presenting this year’s Christmas production, “A Candle in the Window” by local playwright L. Don Swartz, on the weekend of Dec. 12-15 at the Roycroft Pavilion in Hamlin Park.
The Aurora Theatre is once again hosting its “Hollywood Holidays” offering special events and showings throughout December. The festivities kicked off last weekend with a free showing of the Will Ferrell movie “Elf” and will continue this weekend with the theater's second annual “Grinch Day.”
The home-schooled students in the Academe of Aurora are getting a firsthand experience of what it's like to handle every facet of staging a production, and they're are inviting the community to view the finished work this weekend.
Next week the Marilla Town Board will host a public hearing regarding its Farmland Protection Plan. The board has spent the last eight months looking at the topic and will listen to comments or concerns at the Dec. 12 meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Ben Kutina has an affinity for the English author and humorist P. G. Wodehouse. The language, descriptions, settings and fun plots are something he and his family have grown to love over the years.
The Iroquois varsity hockey team improved its record to 2-0-1 with a convincing victory over Cardinal O’Hara/City Honors on Tuesday, Nov. 26.